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First nlht of the eiieagrment of (ho young Tra.
go.lienne, Miea BA'iKM AN. 8
MONT) AY KVKNJKB, October , and every even.
...a ... n, ,n, aTT-n, nay ui
' , GER ALPINE ;
Ofi. Low's VlPTnnr
'Oeraldlno dp Lacy, fl. Huffman ; Edith de Lacy
her Slater, Min Hpttv Wurrmi ! .loan, her mime
Mrs. 1'f.iej, Maud, awalllng woman. Miaa A.
PadclifTc: David of Ruthin, Wclh Bard, Mr.
II. L. Buicoiaii : Anaalmn, Trior of V. Werbnrgh,
Nr. Bhirlilan : Hubert, a Crusader, Mr Chaplin :
Baron do Lecv, Mr. O. T. Kmlth ! Oanlbo, the
..mi a.e,ier, air. uio , Aewaso,a oicwaru, nir,
Duie; Miea Bat-man's engagement seat! can be
iCTuicu Miiro uufi iu auvuuce.
Poors open t 7. Curtain rises at H to
i.v Manager i J. . Hanlit, Stage Manager.
THIS F.VI.NTNQ, drat night of the young Amer
can Tragedienne, 1
MISS JANB COOMBS,
Who will aproarna "Juliet," in ROMEO AND JU
LlkT: Air. Hauler as "Romeo."
5rand ra de Deux ....By the Uenradc Slaters,
Performance to cone nde with
' THE SPECTER BRIDEGROOM.
The National Hotel, adjoining the Theater, la
ii ,v iet.-iipi.iuii ui Ruem. nooms can
obtainod by day or week, and meala furnished at
WOPH TIIEATEtt.-FIH.ST NIGHT
v v ui Hie engttgenioni OI tne
Sit grist & ZanC-etta
Ballet and Pantomime Troupe!
WON DAY EVENING. OCT. 1.
Evolutions on tbe Tight-rope by M'lle MARIETTA
ZANVBETTA and Mr. ALEX. EANFRITTA,
The great Gymnaatio Feats of the
By the Slegrlat Brothers and A. Zanfretta.
After whkh the great Ballet or
lilSlVIli.il ALT) A.
By SlgnoriU Annottl Gallettl, E. Velardl, M'He
Bosa Biegriet, assiated by the Corps de Ballet.
To conclude with tbe Comic Pantomime of
" THE BRAZILIAN ATE. ''':l "
Tttwtn or Aomiuion. Dress Circle and Parquette,
3U cents; Uallery, 25 centa. Doors opon at 7
iwa , periornance iq commence at 7t. BeitO
( JjMITn KIION'8 HALL.
IMMENSE SUCCESS Or
MECHANICAL AND PICTORIAL
MUSEUM OF ARTS!
The greatest work of Art and Genius In America or
Kurope faf snperior to any thing of the kind ever
exhibited In Cincinnati patronised by ber Gracious
majesty, tyieen Victoria, and Royal Family, the
vmivi jiafiouu.nu mupress mignnie, ine Em-
ippror of Russia, and most or tbe crowned beads In
NOW OPEN EVERY EVENING,
' r Wit the following scenes :
TOWN AND BUCK OF GIBRALTAR,
Animated with innumerable Morlng Figures ;
WASHINGTON AND HIS GENERALS
Proclaiming the Independence of America;
. r. VEBONA.
Croat Fortress of Aaatrian Italy, enlirened by Au
tomatic Figures ;
KAPOLEON BONAPARTE 0B0SSIN8THE
A r.Ba '
Villi tils Army of so.ooo men, moving as If en
dowed with life
THE AUTOMATON BOPK-VAULTEB,
The wonder of mechanical ingenuity ;
THE STORM AT SEA,
Oivlng so accurate idea of the perila of tbe deep ;
THE GREAT EASTERN,
As saB mvjnmn ba transatlantic Torat.
Doors open at T o'clock ; to commence at 8 o'clock.
Admisalon Mi cents ; children under ten years,
Exhibition Wednesday and Saturday at 3 o'clock.
Open at 84 o'clock. ocl
3twVW MENTABT aud Joint Benefit to
Herr TsTrexler and A.McCord,
The two-peat irorM-renowned Contortionists, will
! ; , . tak pUco on
MONDAV EVENING, OCTOBER lf ,
At the PALACE GARDEN, on Vine-it., between
Fourth wiii Fifth, on which' occwion they will be
.Ait..ited bv the entire troupe of the Garden and a
boat of Toluuteor. TiiU will be the greatest attrac
tion of ,he aeMon. Come one. oome all, ,ta (ha
cheapeet place of amnttement in the city.
ADMITTANCE ONLY 10 OK NTS. -ae30-b
A8INO.- .. .
posits ruce a upera-nouse.)
Four Splendid Bllllard-tables!
With PHELAN'8 LAST PATENT CUSHIONS. At
this excellent Saloon, Duffuer's' great OUCHES
TRION will perform every evening. Admisalon
free. , . . se2U-am
PALACE O AKDBN-VINK-BT., BE
TWtKN Fourth and Fifth. New Attractions
every evening. First week of the' engagement of
the celebrated FRANK DONALDSON AND FAM
ILY, whe will give a variety of novel and intereet
iug performances every night. Miss LIZZIE DON
ALDSON will perform her astonishing feats on the
Slack-wire balanciug, etc in connection with the
full troupe of performers, who will give a variety of
entertainments during tbe evening Plays, Daoo
iag, Singing, etc. Doors open at 7 ; performance to
.commence at 8. Admission only 10 cents ; reserved
eats 15 cents.' Go every body.
aeio A. PALMER A CO., Proprietors.
7TEW AND BEAUTIFUL. 01U8IC.-JU8T
-Iw published : sr.i; 1
" The MaiUen'e Prayer," for Piano tVfK
By Bailanewska. V '
Each High the Hoars will Treasure." '
Hong, by Hull. ...
When Joy's Full Tide Is Bnshlng." Song. By
Couverse. Price, 2d centa each.
JOHN tUI KCII, JR.,
; - j Vs( Fourth -ex.
gplOliD MKDAI. PIANOW-THB BRrfP IN
-a AJnaniA-eieoa s; urupe b(oi
Atw x ors ; poweriui lonea aouuie
grua-ciiun Lionrers riaoos, pro- Pprr
noanced by ListilTbalbergandother y U
arrant artlata the beat In exigence.
A. will sell lower lor cash than any other dealer In
cb.eity. Pianos and Melodeons tuned and repaired
thoroughly. Pianos to lot st from $6 to Sis por Quar
ter. Musical Inatruments Belling at half-prices. Do
Slot buy off rent a Piano until you have called and ex'
tunined the above.
B BITTING A BRO., Bole Agents,
Piano Dealers and Makers,
fair Be. S27 W. Fiftb-etreet. near f lnra.
Matob's Orrirt, Citt or Oincinwati.
IN PIBhIIANCE OF A HErtOLUTIOX
adopti'd by the City Council, on tbe IMh day of
August, ipfio, nollce ia hrrehy given to tlie Klectors
it the City of t'lm lnnati, that an Klurtln will be
held on the NINTH DAY OF OCTUUAIR NKXI
aeroud Tuesday ). fur Five Justices of tlie Peace.
The Polls will lie opened at the usual places of
votiug, in each Ward, between the hours or six and
su'ven o'clock in the suorniug, and close at sis in
, , (ilven nrdermy hand and the Corporate
' 1 seal. I Sal of luid Cily, this Jolli day of bepttini-
sSTtt B. M. BISHOP, Mayer.
FOR MAKING, IN A FEW MINUTES,
delicious deaeerle. The convenience and nicely
of this article over the former troublesome and un
derlain way of preparing SLIP. jUNalETend
FUl'ULOLAO, will recommend it at once to all
who use It. There are few desserts for the table so
oconomioal, delicious and healthful. For sale by
A. M, riTKVKNK A CO., l'harrnaotsutlaU,
eeliS-P . w. cor. Fourth and bn, Cincinnati.
jmAWIITONABIiB SHIRT MANUFAC.
IVurLb and uiALjuft iu UM.t,iar iv a.
19 WEST FOUHTU-8TKEBT.
Patterns Out to Order. apM-ay
diss, at tow
rales of inter-xt, at ho. 11$ Vu.e-.tree, WftaS
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VOL. IV. NO. 39 '
MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1, I860-
MUSICAL. RAILWAY MATTERS.
oTr.l, "J"T.T1"'""' fwterthan OltTtlme.l
Ti30 A. M., 10 A M. and 11 P. at. tlolnmbna Aa
commodatlon, 4 P. M. Xenia Accommodation, 0
OioreA. HAwn.-vm Aan Davtoh-IT mlintee
P SI anil TrmSi BHAl Jf.- '?0 K-
J-,' "2 B ! Hamilton AccomniodaUon,
9iHO A. M. and 3s50 P. M.
Onto AMD Mijaiasirri-tu mlnntee slower than
City time, 4;V.l A. M. and 0i33 P. M. Loniavllle
Accommodntlon, U P. M
iNniANAPOHS AND OlUOnTHATI HHOBT-lKWr fit
minnu a Blower than City time,J 3i40 A. M., 1 Ii50
A., fii. and ti P, m,
M abiitta Ann 'lincimiATi-rT mlnntes mster than
City time, Bil.1 A. M. and 3:30 P. M.
tviNOToa ano LriiBTO--lt!ity time, Si43 A.
M. and 3iJ) p. M.
M0.''-? PT,,MB'vJ """m "D I",,"wlp,V'-,
Cincinnati 'd Looanstobt From Sixth-street
Depot tt A. M. and 6 P. M.
- 8 A. M., 11,04 A. M.
nd 4t4u P. M.
Ohio anp Miaaiseippi yi30 A. M., 19,39 P. M.
nd Ai.'VO P. M.
Cincinnati, Hawhtow awb Dattok Tid.1 A. M..
Indianapolis as Oikcthiiati IOiIS A. M.,
4 P. M. and 14 P. M.
MARirTTA asp CnclirATl tO:3'J A. M. and
oi l 3 P. M.
('ovinotor astb Lbxirotor 10,33 A. M. and
4tJ8 P. M.
Cincinnati, Riprwoito ins Twoianapolis T:4.1
A. M.,tt:10P. M.. Si.'I0P. M. '
Cincinnati ano Looanspobt From Sixth-street
Pepot-7i43 A. M. and il'A P. M.
"The Great Awakening," the Wide
Syria is quiet, at last. Burial-places are
Glag waa broken in 2,?00 houses, In Leip
sic, by hail, on the 27th ult. t
. If some men's bodies were not straigtiter
than Iheir minds, they would be crooked
enough to ride npon their own backs.
The flowering of romantic love in the
bosom of the boy does not usually long
survive the budding of the chin. '
A couple of fellows carrying on an argu
ment with rapiers, seem exceedingly intent
.upon proving their points. -
It is a dull and hurtful pleiaure to asso
ciate with people who admire us go much at
to approve of all we say. . , v .
A project hag been announced of a daily
paper in London, in, the interest of the Es
tablished Church, to be called The Day.
Another religious awakening has com
menced among the natives of the Sandwich
Islands. Good place, that, for a revival. '
"I always manage to carry my pint."
"Yes, you generally manage to carry at least,
three." , . . , ; : . . " . ,
The' thumb is a useful member; bnt be
cause you have one you need not try to get
your neighbor under it. . t
Ton may find it very difflcult.to get away
from bad company; but you need not on that
account throw yourself away. ...
A telescope in course of erection at the
Paris Observatory, is said to have a magni
fying power of 20,000.
,. Michelet, author of TTAmour and La
Fcmmt, is soon to publish L' Enfant show
ing a very domestic turn.'
A o I. : . n i i .. .
a wuiuau, kiuiiuut v nn, uam Deen lined
$1,000, ia Baltimore, for selling lottery-
Prof. Spencer F. Baird. of Washington. D.
C, is about to issue a work on American
Mrs T? itera PanilAtnn r XT .1, .
Me., at the aee of 100 mil! vemi, L.J.
without the aid of glasses, f '
The woman in Charleston. S. CLininlv at
tacked by a ferocious rat and severely bitten,
at last accounts, was in danger of lock-jaw.
Out of 267 oil wells in Pennsylvania, onlv
thirty-four continue to yield, and several of
tnese nave awmaiea materially.
The famous "Bo-tree." in the Talanrl nf
ueyion, was planted 23s vears B. and ia
now 2,148 years old.
Garibaldi said to one of our naval officer.
who lately saw him in Sicily, "I art! doing
what your fathers did in 1775 to 1782."
An editor in Tennessee thinks that Mam.
phis is "outrageously boastful." She isverv
advantageously situated for playine the
rramaof 'riliift'' 6
one cell, in the Memphis (Tenn.) jail, last
week, opened a hole through the ' outside
wail ana escaped. .
" Samuel Stanley, who murdered a man in
Virginia some six years ago, and has since
been roaming through the country, last week
delivered himself up for trial.
No man can be in two places at the same
time; but many a hypocritical fellvw has
shown that be can be two things in one
A few days ago the proprietor of a laree
coal mine found all his hands off at a polit
ical meeting. Ho doubt they thought
"DanUB on is lair piay."
True greatness consists in dolnar what de
serves to be written, in writing what de
serves to be read, and In making mankind
happier and better for your life. ' .
The tontrue discovers the state of the mind
no lesB than that of the body. In either case,
before the philosopher or the physician can
judge, the patient must open hit mouth. ,
All prosperous men can p-ive pond counsel.
and they like to do it; it costs them noth
ing. It is an easy matter, when one's appe
tite is appeased, to declaim against feasting.
Nature, that we mav not be dissnisted and
discouraged with beholdinttour own internal
deformities, has wisely and kindly turned
the Bight of the eyes entirely outward.
In Bohemia the peasantry hold It unluckv
to walk under a rainbow: and thev aav that
the rain which descends through the bow
blights all a whom it falls.
Mrs. Wilt, a widow, wal so badlv burned.
at Liberty, in this State, while engaged
about tier stove, tne other day, ad to live but
a icjv nours. .
Georere W. Redford, a printer, in Rich-
mnnt V a -n A - mut -a.l makl -
a day or two ago, of consumption, in that
James Davis, an overseer on a plantation
in Mason County, Ga.; was "correcting" a
negro, last week, when the slave cut bin to
pieces, and escaped. .
It is the opinion of the doctor that the
llWfer Ofta hia livino kv nliinriar whilA rhA
lawyer thinks the doctor gets his by "pill
age.'' - Tbe tent and several cages of a menagerie
ktnv. IV I , (. 1.. 1.
and an elephant, a monkey and two foxes set
vvy --..it. a., uu uwu uuu u u.i ar
ble as far as the great coal and iron beds near
Karmville, more than 200 miles further np
" A farmer In Iowa, who had water-melons
stolen front his vines, put poison into some
of those remaining, and tne next morning
five men were found dead near the field.
The steeple of the Hollis-street Church,
Boston, was struck by lightning on Tues
day. Twenty-three years ago tbe same
steeple wu struck twice within 4 month.
Serious Accident on the Pennsylvania
Central Railway—One Person Fatally
Hurt and Thirty-three Wounded.
A brief announcement of the accident on
the Pennsylvania Central Railway, on Fri
dny afternoon, hns been telegraphed to the
Press, and Saturday's Pittsburg Pott gives
The mnil train on the Pennsylvania Rail
Joad, due hero at 12:30, but which was some
two hours behind time, reached a point
about seventeen miles from the city, at the
second curve beyond Stewart's station, and
about one mile cast of it, the engineer saw a
number of cattle on the track. The train
consisted of locomotive, tender, two express,
baggage, and five passenger cars. All the
cattle left the track but one, which was
caught by tlie locomotive, dragged for some
distance, and then rolled off. As the train
pnssed on, the steer again- rolled npon the
track, under the baggafre car, whioh It threw
on, and also three passenger cars, leaving
two on the road.
At the point mentioned there is an em
bankment of eighteen to twenty feet. Two
of the passenger-cars turned ever upon their
sides, as also the bapgage-car, and remaiued
in that position. The other passenger-cmr
rolled over upon the top, which separated,
leaving the passengers in it, and the body of
the car went to the bottom.
The passengers were extricated as soon as
possible, those in the two cais on their Bides
being taken out through the windows, with
only trilling bruises. Some of the paiien
gers in the other car were more or less hurt
One of the brakeemen on the train,'
Thomas Stevens, ot this city, who was stand
ing upon the platform, wag so badly- crushed
that his recovery is a matter of doubt.
e nppond a list of the wounded:
Thomas Stevens, brakeman, dangerously
hurt; Charles Cheney, seriously injured:
John Colliar, New York, seriously injured
Mrs. S. Lathrop, Alleghany, collar-bone
broken; Mrs. Byron H. Painter, Alleghany,
Slightly injured; Jacob Sneer, Pittsburg
"""" "" oiuwniM, roiana, u., nana
cut; Captain John Young, jr., Alleghany
i . - v""."viu, inn. n. nuiaor,
Niirth Carolina hbilu !.-.. i? Tt i 1
scratched; Mrs. A. Huldor.
. ... ......., ...... j xv. rowier,
bruised slightly. . The following were but
slightly injured: 'Thos. S. Slovens, New
lork; Michael and John Hill, North Caro
Ur a; iAt S, Thomas, Philadelphia; Mrs.
Worth, North Carolina; Will McClelland and
wife, California; Mrs. Elizabeth Bass, niece
and two children, South Carolina; A. B
Scott, Washington County, Penn.; A. C.
Hays, Pittsburg; Samuel Meanor, Clinton,
Alleghany County, Penn.) Mrs. Elizabeth
illiford and daughter, Porrysville: child of
J?,1"?, r,rl?r' Alleghany; Mrs. Thompson,
Philadelphia; . Hannah Johns, Alk-chany:
W.rH XI-linn lii;: AX "nr.."
burg; EdwaM Johnson, Pittsburg; D. R.
PcttiOhio . . s - a.
A Man Killid Wbili Imitatiko Blondin
A man, named Robert Winchell, says the
New York Sun, residing in Shokau. Ulster
County, met with a fatal accident, a few days
since, while trying to imitate Blondin. A
traveling company had arrived at Shokan,
and part of the performance was an ont-door
tig ht-rope exhibition by Mademoiselle Car
lista. A rope had been stretched from a high
pole to the ton of a tannery, and the lady,
had accomnliftnprl Iiap n.rt wh txr: i n
, i - f - ttuvw iimcumi
proposed to go over the rope-m a new style,
... "vvjiuuig mo uuie, siartea to cross by
.uu .vyv " HI uis US1UUS, BlllOWing U1S
body to hang downwards. He actually ac
Comblished tha fnat t.n tha nnmrfu k...
-uv Hjiiuoira Diun, uui
could not gam a footing, and being com-
tlletelv ftxhanntArl ha lal imhialiAlJ ia.ii
. " " ) w f " MWUUIUp M1U 1DU
with great force to the ground, a distance of
luiny icei. his ngnt arm and several of his
ribs were broken, besides other internal in
juries. He lingered three or four days, and
expired. He was a married man, about thirty
years of age. ,
The Princk or Walib a Na ITRXTV Rat
A correspondent of the Leavenworth (K.
T.) Timet,-writes from Niagara that the
Prince of Wales would jiot obey the Duke
of Newcastle: . . .
I noticed the Prince at the ball, and the
way he went in surprised every one. . He
danced every set from about twelve o'clock
until near morning. Rumor has it that the
old Duke put his Royal Highness in his
room, and then retired.. When the old fel
low had got fairly snoring the Prince came
out and bade bis attendants go some where
else, while he slipped into the ball-room and
"went in" with a right good will. He is a
good dancer, and has every appearance of a
gentleman. If "turned loose ' he" would be
'inclined to be a "fast boy." .
Progress and Impboviubnt op the En
glish Raci. The old English blood, says
the 0nc-a- Week, has not stagnated in our
veins. The population of the country is
rapidly increasing despite of tbe enormous
drain of emigration nor has the race de
generated in an respect. Most of the suits
of armor in the Tower would be found too
small for the stout limbs of the yonng Cum
berland recruits who join the ranks of our
household troops. The duration of life has
increased. It is a mistake to suppose that
the increase of luxury baa sapped the vigor
of the English people. We have still a prac
tical monopoly of the coal and iron of the
world, and increased skill in using them.
Better still, we have absolute freedom and
ArriMr-T to Escapb from thi Mississippi
Pkniiiktiabt Several JVitonert Killed
and Other t Wounded. The Vicksburg Whig
learns from Jackson that a plot which has
been on foot for some time, by a number of
the convicts in the Penitentiary to escape
therefrom, was attempted on Saturday night,
but was suppressed with loss of life and the
wounding of several others. By some
means the keeper was apprised of the pro
posed attempt, and was prepared to meet it.
At the first outbreak the guard. fired, upon
them, killing two or three or the ringleaders
instantly, and wounding others.
A Witty Clirqyman Rkstbains a Wiary
Congbkoatiom. A celebrated minister of
the gospel lately preached a rather prolix
sermon from the text, "Thou art weighed
and found wanting." After the congrega
tion had listened about an hour, some began
show weariness, and leave; others soon
followed, greatly to the annoyance of the
preacher. Another person was about to
retire, when the divine stopped in the midst
his sermon, and said, "That's right, gen
tlemen, as fust as you are weighed, pass out."
He continued his discourse at some length
after that, but no one disturbed him by
leaving. , ....
Sublibi Rbrtorio A Southern Editor on
Charlet Sumner. The editor of the Mobile
(Ala.) Regiiter says:
Charles Sumner, the political incendiary
and scholarly fanatic, of Massachusetts, the
smooth-faced aud smooth-tongued hypocrite,
whose heart is a uest of vipers of deadliest
bate, and from whose oily tongue venom
and treason roll In Ciceronian periods and
accents of university eloquence, i i .. -
Singular Accident to a Boy. A little
son of E. S. French, four years of age, at
Baldwinsville, slates., while at play a few
days since, baring one end pf a long stick in
Lis mouth, fell iu such a manner as to press
upward, between the lip and gum, strik
ing the cheek-bone, which turned iu course
aside, coming out lust below the eye, and
entering again under the eye-brow. The
eye was not injured, and tbe child is likely
Painful Tragedy and Melancholy Execution
in Ireland—An Unfortunate Love
in Ireland—An Unfortunate Love Affair Ending in a Double Death.
A letter from Dublin, dated SentomW i
r says a melancholy execution took place in
Armagh, on Monday. The circumstances
are these :
John Holdcn was a native of Kilkenny; he
entered the mounted constabulary there at
the age of twenty. He had received from
nature a strong and well-made body, with
rather handsome features. His mental abili
ties were not inconsiderable, and he had re
ceived a suitable education. After several
years of service in his native place, he was
transferred to Dungannon, where his pleas-
inflr mantiAra n.ttriw and .... .1 i
made bim a favorite in the force, as well as
wnn uie people ot the town and neighbor
hood. In Dungannon he formed an intimacy with
a young lady, of ftcarly bis own ago and of
a character similar to his own, a Miss McKer
nan, who kept a school. They loved, not
wisely, but too well. The regulations of the
constabulary allow of marriage only to a
tertain number, and on permission asked
and given. He asked, Jbut the permission
could not be given for a considerable time.
To postpone hia marriage till that time
would be to lay a stigma on the woman he
loved and the offspring of their union. He
hoped to have the marriage kept a secret
from the heads of the constabulary, and they
were privately married accordingly.
Bo Holden had a comrade, a man named
McClelland. He informed the superintend
ent. Mathews, who told the authorities, and
Holden was degraded, at the moment when
his character and services would have en
titled him to promotion, and when the new
relation he had formed made promotion de
sirable. Holden was stung to madness. He could
not bear to see the man elevated ver his
head who had been the instrument of his
disgrace a disgrace in which the womoa he
loved was to share. He tried all means of
getting the sentence of his disgrace reversed.
One only chance, he was told, remained to
go with McClelland to the Protestant clergy
man and get him to intercede with the
authorities. On their way up the avonue to
his house he shot McClellan dead.
Holden was found guilty, but recom
mended to mercy. Great efforts were made
to get that recommendation acceded to. "Pe
titions in thA T.nrrl T.taiinn-. -
----- . . "'vuniEnmv were lur-
warded, signed numerously by persons of
H11 TITiriDl.fi T 1 . . I- ... ,
tv'j , . iuu wue, who ner
child, knelt at the feet of His Excellency,
and prayed for mercy in accents thtft melted
the humane viceroy into tears. But in vain.
The law miiRt t u L a it- -.-ina " . .1 : . i
--- Tfo, nn vi i if una
taken it, with more and deeper regret than
uqo uccs ran uu any similar occasion in mod
The Efficacy and Significance of St-
L1CN0B. Onn thino in nntiraitliiA in rilr..;Knl.u
- - o - iMvqiiuaiui.
He makes np speeches, indulges in no
liuiituuui.iuut!, turn nas Kept clear of all
onllrlv ' rli of fiT-i o I 1Tn- .1 : IT.. . r .
r, v . . .. ti uiuvioui, irom
Mnzzim and Knnsntn. ami ilia n...i;i.
, w Qwuwm.t.y TJ
agitators men whose patriotism evaporates
The mouth Is the great safoty-valve for se
dition and 1-AriAllmn Tfaland -....T,1 1
...... A.biwuu nvum UHTTJ
been revolutionized long since, but for the
filial rri ff nrAnnii.HnA I 1 mi .
( - w .111.1:111.0 iu uer sHjuia. xnepenL-
up steam of disaffection, instead of being
suffered to accumulate in volumo sufficient
10 ieuu ana upneave tne political fabric, was
suffered to blow off in noisy vaporings. So
it has been to Italy so in Germany, so
through all Europe. Lamartine and the
orators were the escape-pipes through which
the fires of the French revolution of 1848,
ready to deluge, with Vesuvius eruptions, all
Europe, found a harmless vent.
We do not underrate tbe danger of dis
union to these States. But while the yawn-
in-m8W.XnceX 11 Pent and therhetoric
of Rhett blows off, there will be no need to
fear. It was dumb Cromwell, and the sUent
William, that created the two revolutions in
England. The talking Bonaparte, Lucien,
was nobody; Washington was no speech
maker; and now comes Garibaldi, who never
made a speech, to complete (he list of effect
Modb of Bidding a Place of Rats.
Take a box, say two feet long, one foot deep,
and one foot wide, or less. Fix a lid en
with a couple of leather hinges. Pnt into it
some good bait; a little aniseed sprinkled in
is all tbe better. Prop the lid up with a
stick six inches long, to which fasten a string
of considerable length, the end of which
place in the hand or some dirty-faced little
urchin, that you want to put to some practi
cal use, and set him to watching the box
around a corner. Pay him about three cents
bead for fats this is an important part
of the contrivance and whenever he sees a
few of them jump into the box he will jerk
the string, and the rats are prisoners. Some
times half a dozen may be taken at a haul.
A day or two of such work will clear ordi
nary premises of the "varmfnts," unless they
find too much to eat elsewhere than in the
box. By that time, Jack will have acquired
such a taste for rat-catching that he will
probably set up as rat-catcher-general for the
The Dry Goods Monarch of New York.
A correspondent of the Charleston Courier
says: "A. T. Stewart, the dry goods mer
chant, has greatly failed of late. He looks
ten years older to-day than he did eighteen
months ago. His mammoth fortune con
tinues to roll up'ina ratio of arithmetical
progression. Notwithstanding his delicate
health and feeble frame, Mr. Stewart is to be
seen .daily at his store, directing the opera
tions of the concern with the most unosten
tatious dignity. He is greatly assisted by
hia hrnlhop-inJlnw Clar. K Hull.. A.Pma.l-.
one of the editors and proprietors of the
juvmai oj unumerce, wno is now Bis rignt
A Man Elopes with a Wife and Her
Child. On Saturday last a man by the
name of Baker called at a house near Leba
non, where a man and his wife were board
ing, and, In tbe absence of the husband,
took the wife and child and started for parts
unknown. In the meantime, the husband,
whose name is Bagley, hearing of the mat
ter, went to town and procured an officer
and follwed the truant wife. Overtaking
her and her paramour about four miles from
town, the husband having obtained the
child, returned to town, leaving the guilty
pair to pursue their journey unmolested.
Remonstrance with the Sanguinary
Kino of Dahomy. An English Government
Agent has been sent out to persuade the
K ing of Dahomey not to kill 2,000 captives and
float a canoe in their blood, by way of pro-
fitiating the names of his departed father,
t is several months since tbe intelligence of
the King's intention reached England; and
it will be Rome time before the persuasive
messenger can reach Dahomey. There is
danger that he may be too Ute for the 2,000.
A Cokbtantly Settling Glacier. Obser
vations of the Mer-de-Glace, the most re
markablj of the Alpine Glaciers, recently
made by Jno. Tindall, K. R. S., proves that
its downward settling motion is never sus
pended even in winter, but is then about half
its summer motion. The melting at the foot,
steadily going on, causes the whole incon
ceivable mass to settle steadily downward,
something as a candle would settle if placed
en end on a warm stoves. ...
Desolated Cities. To the east of the Jor
dan, then are whole cities, beautifully built,
and adorned with all the beauties of Grecian
and Roman art, still standing in desolate
majesty, with no Inhabitant but the wolf and
the hyena. ,
A Mormon at Large in New York—A Benedick
Marries a School Mistress and
Steals from Her Father.
The town of Canton, New York, is con
siderably ruffled just now by a domestic
Vo InTT.it " n i: r . i i
Vi uu umiiinrv nor., a anening
young gentleman named Daniels, recently
turned up," and proceeded to make himself
...u.i.it-t ..i..iBijr niueauie in society, on tne
ground of having been born and brought up
in Canton. He dressed Well, talked largely,
and finally met a pretty young lady teaching
school in town with whom he straightway
fell in love. Daniels explained to her that
he was a surveyor in the employ of the Great
Western Railway Company, and exhibited
letters from the citizens of Canton, recom
. mending him as a man of property and
means. Satisfied with the proof, the pretty
school-mistress consented to become Mrs.
Daniels her suitor stipulating that they
should be married on Saturday, as he would
be ebliged to go West on Monday morning.
They were united at the appointed time.
After the ceremony, the friends proceeded
to make merry; and their revels had already
encroached on the Sabbath, when "the Can
ton livery-stable man entered in hot haste,
And.demanded the horse and vehicle ho had
reU Pan'els. as it had been discovered
that Daniels bad not only two wives living,
but had been in State Prison several tiraosl
Then came a grand scene; the bride swooned,
the friends turned pale, and the bridegroom
started for Canton immediately, accom
panied by the bride's father. Daniels swore
he was innocent, and wanted to confront his
accusers; but no sooner had he arrived in
Canton than he .stole his father-in-law's
buKf?7 end fled to some place not yet discov
ered. It did not take long to prove that the
fellow was a downright Mormon, as well as
an unmitigated rascal.
A Vexed Question Settled. The She
and Shape of Byron t FeeUVLn. Col. Wild
man, of Newstead, has presented a number
of articles, formerly the property of Lord
Byron, to the museum of the Nottingham
Naturalists' Society. Among these were the
lasts npon which His Lordship's boots and
shoes were made. The lasts are about nine
inches in length, narrow, high at the instep,
and generally of symmetrical shape. They
were accompanied by the following affirma
tion from William Swift, shoemaker, South
well, who made His Lordship's boots and
shoes from 1803 to 1807: "William Swift
says that His Lordship had not a club-foot,
na is crenArnllv atataH Kti. .I.-. .. c J
' n wuv tun. lb tccuj lUrulCU
the same as the other, except being exactly
an inch and a half shorter. The malforma
tion was in the ancle, which was very weak;
consequently, tbe foot turned" outward. To
remedy this, His Lordship wore a very thin
boot, tightly laced, under his stocking. In
his early life, he wore an iron, with a joint
at the ancle, which passed down the outside
of the leg, and was fastened to the sole of
the shoe." .
i Heartless Desertion-- man of Family
Elopet with hit Brother1 1 Wfe. The Clarke
ville (Tenn.) Chronicle of late date says :
Some two years' ago a man named John
A. Hill came here from Nashville, and was
employed np to last December in some ca
pacity about the railroad. Last fall, or early
in. December, his family, consisting of a wife
and four children, the eldest about ten years
old, came on here, and with them the widow
of Hill's deceased brother, and her twocbil-
flran Hill anfail a linnaa a A I .' .1 1
u.bu. --. .-v. u uu il irjiu 1 U BUWO
.m.lainna .nil w n. 4A L 1-'
V iutiouiub, .UU ITCH WJ UUUSQ- KCepin g.
yvery thing seemed to go on well enough
fnr A littlA nrhila lint in a A, WA-t,H I
-- ....... . ....... uu. . i. ivtt nccH iic run
off with his brother's wife, taking her chil-
lirAnwith tham and loft hia niv. :rA
four little children here among strangers
wiiuouiany means, ana to get along as best
the.v rAnlii. Rinp tliAt lim.' .nil.:-n
been heard of Hill.
The Advantage of Condensation. Give
the pith, the cream, the marrow, the essence,
Press your thoughts. Dack them, brine
every thing to a burning, scorching focus.
Avoid prefaces, circumlocutions; rush right
into your subject at once. Begin before you
think of it, and keep on dashing with all
your might nntil you are done. So, alse, in
preaching, praying, exhorting, testifying;
say what you have to say and stop, ttop I
a. iremeiiuouB tnougnt may oe packed into
small compass made as solid as cannon ball,
and alike projectile, and cut all down before
it. Short articles are generally more effect
ive, find more readers, and are more widely
copied than long ones. Pack your thoughts
closely together, and thoueh vour article
may be brief, it will have more weicht and
will be more likely to make an Impression,
An English and Scotch Gamm. .a ih.
lic dinner in Edinburg bad dwindled away
to two guests, an Englishman and a High
land gentleman, who were each trvina- tn
prove the superiority of their native coun
tries. Of course, at an argument of this kind,
a Scotchman possesses overwhelming advantage-.
The Highlander's logic was so good
that he beat his opponent upon every point.
At last tbe Englishman put a poser. "You
will," nesaid, "at least admit that England
is larger in extent than Scotland?" "Or-
tainly not," was the confident reply. ' "You
see, sir, ours is a mountainous country
yours is flat. Now if all the hills were rolled
out flat, we should beat you by hundreds of
Destructive Storm A Dwellina-hoiu
Vruthed and Three Children Killed. T
day morning a very terrific wind passed
cross a portion of tbe town of Ava, N. Y.,
following up from south to north, nearly on
a line with the Mohawk, sweeping down
trees and fences in its course, the rain fall
ing in torrents at the time. About three
fourths of a mile southeast from Ava Corners,
on the east bank of tbe Mohawk, the wind
twisted off the trunk of a large birch-tree,
and felled it across the dwelling-house of
Nicholas Reed, crushing it to atom's, and
killing three of his children, two of whom
were in bed, fast asleep.
A Monarchical Model for America. The
Spartan King, Cleomenes, would have been
an unfortunate auditor of a long speech.
n uen tue r.moassaaors 01 saiuos came to
llim ffl BUBlfiloni.o niHiinal an anm- !...
u..u wu.(Mvw Mwii., u viivutj. bury
asked it in a long and polished oration, to
which the monarch thus responded:
"The former and middle parts of your ad
dress were too long, and I have forgotten
them. With regard to the latter part, being
unconnected in my memoir with what vou
said before, I do not see the propriety of it,
and therefore shall not grant your request.
Michelet. the Historian's. Antbckdrutb.
Michelet, the great French historian and so
cial philosopher, is connected with an Amer
ican family. His father-in-law lived for a
long time In Louisiana, and married a
Southern woman; he was for a while a slave
holder, but became eventually the intimate
friend of Touttaint V Ouverture, and eman
cipated all his slaves.
11 BIN I. .
An Exphebbivr A btist Decamiit. tha
artist who lately met with tv fatal accident,
was unquestionably the moat poetical of the
great coloriste of the modern French school
of painting, of whom Balzac said ha would
pawt the broom which had served as an in
strument ot murder, a (Adf you would tt
me muraer in las hanau.
tlvaaaa A --.... A 1 . X'.'ir.
-.- iuua. aiMi ej
Fnthv an A Sim In an air .1 nallla
Illinois, between Isaac Williams and his son
Daniel, and James Uahee, the latter killed
both father and son with an ax. The WLU
liamses made the assault, and Hahee acted
tn self-defense. The Coroner's Jury gave a
verdict of 'justifiable. huuiiadC ,
Steals from Her Father. A New Orleans Paper on the Fate of Gen.
Friday's New Orleans Delta says In the
course of an article tn the death of General
The red cross of St. George flushed with a
deeper crimson when it waved exultingly
over the fettered and friendless Americans
Tbe cold and cruel Briton doubtless congrat
ulated himself on his prowess, when he had
captured the remnant of the ill-starred ex
pedition, and grew yet more haughty in the
insolence of pride when he surrendered his
prisoners to the ionclurean soldiery. But
civilized nations will regard the transaction
In quite another light. They can not view,
except with horror and indignation, the
whole proceeding from its insolent com
mencement to its bloody close.
No words are adequate to express the feel
ings which must excite every generous heart
at the recital of this latest illustration of
British perfidy and cruelty. No justification,
no extenuation even, can be found for the
conduct of a man who could coolly negotiate,
not for the safety, but for the destruction of
his prisoners. For it is stated distinctly ih
tha IIn.a.i- . . .l.. . 1 . .
."Kuiin i'i.cia mm iue conimanuer Of
the learut delivered up Gen. Walker and
Col. Hudler on condition that they should be
dealt with according to Hondurean law and
every body knows that to deal with them
."icording to Hondurean law was simply to
Bhout them in the shortest practicable period.
Well, the last scene in General Walker's
.eventful career is over. He died a martyr
to one idea, as he lived its prophet. The idea
still lives in the heart of the Southern peo
ple, and will some day find adequate and
forceful expression. It can not be conceived
that the people who, three years ago, wel
comed Walker, the defeated adventurer, with
plaudits and acclamations, can to-day have
totally forgotten him. It can not be sup
posed that they do not cherish his memory,
at least, for the grand ideas chimerical or
impracticable, at the moment, though they
may have becn of which ho was the ex
ponent and the champion. We believe that
bis fateful life, his melancholy death, will
form a chapter in .the history of this people,
destined to give birth to high purposes and
Kite-fi.yino Among Tns Chinese. A cor
respondent writes from China: "The Chinese
do not consider any pursuit so frivolous as to
be denied the best advantage of science, not
even the flying of paper kites. It is strange
to see sober sedate' merchants tugging away
at a long string guiding a kite very effect
ually in the air. Some are made 'in the
shape of birds, and the hovering of the kes
tral or the quick dive of the sparrow-hawk
is beautifully imitated by an expert guidance
of the string. The first I saw was at Shang
hai, and it appeared so real that I got down
a rifle and tried to shoot, but was told it was
only a kite. "To be sure it is; why not have
a shot nt it ?" and it was some time till I un
derstood it was a paper not a bird kit.. Tha
Chinese beat us all hollow in these things,
especially in the "messengers" they nnJ
spinning up the string. They send up pret-tilv-painted
gigantic butterflies with out
spread wings, at the back of which is a sim
ple contrivance to make them collapse when
the butterfly reaches the kite, and as soon as
tney coiiapse aown comes the butterfly,
sliding along the stringready to be adjusted
for another flight.
An Indionant New York Matron. The
fashionable belles of New York are all in
dignant at the fact that Miss Harriet Lane,
President Buchanan's niece, has been invited
to go all the way from Washington to open
the Prince of Wales's ball, and dance the
first set with his youthful Royal Highness.
"A New York Matron" thus protests, through
the press, against invitinga lady from Wash
ington, charming and elegant though she be,
to open e-ball given by New York gentle
"New York ladies are admitted to possess
at much beauty, more ttyle, and quite as
much grace as those of any- city in the
Union, and while I do not seek the honor of
dancing with so distinguished a guest, for
which honor, thy-ty years ago, I might have
had the right to compete, yet in justice to
my young townswomen, I must enter this
protest." - .
Witty Women Unlovable. It is gen
erally the fate of witty women to be unloved.
Whenever you see an old maid,. unless she
has a hump on her back, you may safely
conclude that in youth she had a reputation
for brilliancy. No man would offer himself
to a young lady who would call him an owl
because he looked somewhat serious before
asking to be allowed to support her and pay
her millinery bills; nor would any man
marry a woman when the possibilities and
probabilities were, that she would place
chesnut-burrs on his side of the bed, or fill his
boots with hot mush in the morning, byway
of a joke. If ever you have a lady ac
quaintance -who desires to introduce you to
an intimate friend of hers, because "she is so
original and so witty, that you'll be sure to
like her," plead business, and respectfully de
cline the honor, or say that you have no Sun
A Brainless Exquisite Sued for Mispro
nunciation. A singular warning to our
fashionable exquisites so large a number of
wuum touBiuer a ueiecuve pronunciation or
the letter "r" the best "pwoof of awisto
cwatic bweeding" has recently been afforded
by action brought sgainst one of the species
for libeling a highly respectable medical
practitioner, residing in a country town.
Wishing to recommend the doctor in ques
tion, and employing the elegant style of
Blang so much in vogue among his class, he
said tliat "Mr. So-and-so was the crack doc
tor of the place." Unfortunately, however,
his peculiar, diitingue pronunciation of the
"r" made tbe speech sonnd so very like "the
quack doctor of the place," that an action for
damages was the only course left open to the
doctor by which to vindicate his professional
Development of tue Muscles by Prac
tice. For a standing leap over a width,
seven feet is a good distance for most people;
but fourteen feet has been jumped by well
trained leapers. For persons not in practice,
the usual distance attained over a width,
with a run, is twelve or fourteen feet; but as
much as twenty feet can be reached by prac
tise, and in some cases twenty-two. A few
instances are recorded where the remarkab'e
leap of twenty-four feet has been mode.
Heavy Storm in Europe. A waterspout
in France, on the 1st Inst., was accompanied
by so violent a rain that a bridge over the
Aigue, one at Yancluse, and another over
the Rhine, were swept away, thus interrupt
ing the communication between France aud
Baden. - ' ,
Humble Orioir of Eminent Publishers.
William and Robert Chambers, who were
poor boys, born in Peebles, and received
their education at the publie school in that
town, and one of whom was apprenticed to
a printer, now employ 200 persons, and print
over 750,000 sheets per month.
The.S tatue or Guttenbero'. The bronze
statue of Giittenberg, the inventor of Print
ing, in the public square of Strasbourg,
among pther baa-reliefs on the pedestal, ha
figures of Washington, Adams, Jeffersoav
Franklin, John Hancock, and several otsror
New Objects Necessary to lavs. Pro
pose continually to yourself new objects. It
is only by enriching your uiicd that you can
prevent Its growing poor. Sloth benumbs
and eiervates it; regular work excites and
Strengthens Itand work U always in our
RATES OF ADVERTISINGr
. rxjn.3vxi3, oAaxx.
Adr.r1ls.ra.nrs. not exoeedln five linos (art) t
1 tart Z"--' s 22 -ff
"" w ( m -ft lusarijoiu.,,,
Larfef adreHla.owH, ,nmrU th n,
rates p r square ef ten lines i
Hwertlons. 1 f Jlil rnrtionl;n:
JOB IIIINXIN( ,
In an Its branches done with neatnaaaand dispatch.
WHEELER & WILSON'S
NO. TT W. FOTJRTII-evPH BBT,
FIUCS OITCIiA HOUHK,
TT heeler A V) ilson 8ewine Mvhlne, with im.
Eh Ti i, a"1.'11' oeraand Son
The eleiranre. amxwl nr.i-il.-.i.u-'a- . i . . -
the Machine, the beauty and strength of stitch, bains-
alikb o- both sihm, impnaaible to ravel, and)
leaving no chain or rlds;e on thennder sidol tn
eonnoniy of thread and adaptability to thethickass
or thinnest I fabric-, has rendered thle the moat e-a-esaaful
and popular Famll Bewinf Bachlae aw
At onr various offices we sell at New Tork etiosaw
and Rive Instructions, free of charge, toenabw nor.
.l"Tr" -.", ord 'nary seams,!., fell, otVx
gather, bind and tuck, all on tbe earn, machine, eaaf
warrant It for three years.
Bend or call for a circular, eontainlna faUertloa
lara. prices, testimonial, etc.
WW. HTJMNBR cV ftp.
No. 3 SEWING MACHINE.-.
NO. 1 4 4. m
ii,iA.l'7iUllfK8. 5" "'"waouseBingw'B-la-Ohines,
that they wil do
A GREATER VARIETY OF WORK, '
WILL DO MORE WORK. AKD
WILL DO IT IN BETTER STTLl
Tnan can be done on any other Machine. 8IHO
BR'8 FAMILY MACHINE",, RSff and 8TS.
aVarOincinnatl Office. No. H Bast Tonrth-etraet.
'"'"-ay jab. SKAH DON, AiesU 1
300,000 ft. Pine and Hemlock Joist and ScAntl'al
800,0(10 ft. Third com. Lumber: '
? 0O,0ll0 ft. Recond com. Lumber:
OO.OOO ft. tint com. Lumber; .. ..
S OO.OOO ft. Clear Lumber:
00,000 Pine Lath: . AY " " "X '
W hile and Yellow Pine Flooring. Weather-boards.
Framing Timber and all other kinds of BulliUnar
Lumber well seasoned, for sale wbleosale and retail,
Thos. W. Farrin & Co.
Xrd on Freeman-street, opposite mre
iireat, Cincinnati, O. aul-tf
ALU GAT OB
COAL COOKING STOYE
ON EXHIBITION AT
THE omo MEcpracs' Fim,.
ADAMS, PECKGVER & CO.
PATENTEES AND MANUFACTURERS
- Center Fifth and rim-street.
M. H. C.h. a. M. Cok
M. H. COOK & CO.,
GSSAT WESTERN PLAMN6 BELL
BITWISN FIFTH ABO SIXTH-clTBBCXS, (U. .
CINCINNATI, OHIO. . , ,. , ,
F' .CONSECipKNCB OF HATING BFf
T1BKLY abandoned building in th. city aad
turned oar attention to preparing building materiaA
of every description, we can aalelv say that eur ex
perience In the business and our facilities enable na
to offer Inducements to builders in the city and at at
diatance unsurpassed, if equaled by any other simi
lar establishment in the West.
We also manufacture Veneers of all deacrlpttona
and keep on hand an assortment of Mahogany, Bos
wood Walnut and Oak Veneers.' Also, fine BaoktDC
for Pictures and Looking-glasses. ,
r. 8. We havef uat received forty thousand fret of
Bed Cedar, of Bne .nalily, which w. oan sell at s
less prise than it ha ever been sold fot In this mar.
FBUIT I BEES I FEUIT TREES I -
THE STJBSflt IB R R WOC bD CAT.Fa
the attention of titoee desirous of plantiuif
Fruit and Ornamental Traes, to his large stouk.
lie for sale this fall aud spring a tine assoraent of
Apple, Nectarine, Btrawberriea,
J'eal', Apricot, Blackberries,
Peach, Quince, Gooseberries,
Cherry, , Shade Trees, I'raaberries,
Plum, . L'urrauu, Barberries, etc.
Grape Boale and Puttings.
Also, a large Block of UreenheiM. Plants, Bmr
gro. li. Deciduous and Ornaniuatal Trees aud Burube.
All the above Trees, Hhrubs and Btocke are now
growing and ready for Inspection, in my Walnut
Hills aud WfclteoAk Numeric.
IVscrinlive Catalogues, with prices annexed, will
lie sent, on apnlicatiou to J. 6. COOK, Walnut HilU
P. B. OninibuMis paaa the Nurseries every honr,
starting from Luer's Sltnra Bakery, 17-A Sycamore
St., four doors above Fifth. aatl-tf
CINCINNATI FUEL COMPANY,
COAX-TAED AND OFFICE,
No. X03 K. TIIIItrVHXIiGKT.
Hartford City Coals
1 D.llvrsd at the lowest raarkut rate,
sr-Orders solicited and promptly execnted.
me7-ar W. M. HUATatBLL, BeowtasyJI
SIX FINE SHIItTS
BUB . 1. .
82 WEST FOURTU-ST.;
' GAZETTE BUILDING. ,
LANK c llOULKY, .
Founders and Englne-lauildew.
Oereor John and Watar-atresta, Vlnetnnatt.
' '' . feels) .. , .1 ,. ,
IF YOU ABB IN WAN OF A HOIMB.
advertise Iu the PBKad. Itdwaja.!,,!?
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